Los Angeles Honeymoon Activities

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  • AgapeWaters
    San Marcos, CA4 contributions
    This place is amazing. Wonderful location. Wonderful collections. Beautiful architecture. Definitely one of L.A's finer Museums. A must-see destination for everyone visiting L.A.
    Written 3 May 2022
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  • Keren R
    12 contributions
    I come here every Sunday, this is one my favorite places, you have a great view from the mountain, Usually I go up walking and I enjoy the views
    Written 5 May 2022
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  • PromitaS
    13 contributions
    It is such a wholesome experience to go to Universal. It caters to children as well as adults. The Hollywood studios tour is amazing with all the special effects and sets they present from famous movies. The Harry potter world is magnificent in itself, its magical to walk through Hogsmeade to reach the castle which has an amazing ride.
    The top rides we always go to are Harry Potter, Studios tour, Jurassic world (for younger kids), Transformers, Minions, and you can also check out the animal actors. It is such a fun day to have in Universal with all the characters like Shrek and Joker walking around for pictures.
    Written 3 May 2022
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  • 1Harry Donnelly!
    16 contributions
    A beautiful place, marred only by the pony rides. This is the wrong way to teach children about animals. There are plenty of animal refuges in the area that a child’s growing brain can absorb of the true purpose of animals, as compared to being spoon fed cruelty with the rides. Thank you very much.
    Written 16 April 2022
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  • Andromeda
    10 contributions
    Seeing Disney Hall was a priority for us when we visited LA, and it did not disappoint. It's a spectacular Frank Gehry building, with a concert hall that has superb acoustics. It is open to the public almost every day to come in and wander around, using their self-guided audio tours or not. There is a lovely peaceful garden off the third level if you just want to sit and veg out. We were lucky enough to get tickets to an LA Phil concert with Dudamel conducting so had the full experience.
    Written 7 May 2022
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  • BronteBucket
    Harrogate, UK568 contributions
    Loved this quiet corner of Venice. We were there very early at 8am and so the walkways very quiet, only a few joggers and dog walkers around, the houses were truly gorgeous with cute gardens and decorations. Great for the ‘which one would you buy?’ game. The developer has wanted to recreate the feel of Venice, Italy, which is a bit of a stretch but I get what he was trying to do. I definitely left with house envy! We probably spent about 45 minutes wandering until we had seen enough.
    Written 24 April 2022
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  • Sharee Linton
    Melbourne, Australia4 contributions
    If you're not interested in a guided hike/tour, google "Innsdale Trail" for directions on how to get to the back of the Hollywood sign. There isn't public transportation that will get you to the beginning of the trail so you will need to Uber/Taxi/walk etc.

    *Note that you cannot get up close to the sign from the front. You'll figure out which front on shots are the best and closest on your way back down :)

    This hike is for people of medium level fitness and not ideal for small children under 8.

    Enjoy!
    Written 5 May 2022
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  • Anantha
    Hamden, CT138 contributions
    Best place to see and take pictures of the HOLLYWOOD sign. This place gets real busy and may need to wait to get space for car parking along the road.
    Written 24 January 2022
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  • James
    Los Angeles, CA22 contributions
    A busy promenade full of stores, and you pay for the experience of being so close to Universal Studios.

    It’s a fun place to explore in the evening time especially, if you’re okay with crowds. The stores are your classic mix of touristy and LA centric souvenirs, as well as playing off the Hollywood aspect.

    It was a nice time walking around, going to the arcade, and hearing some talented street performers.
    Written 16 October 2021
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  • Trevor P
    Regina, Canada441 contributions
    This is a beautiful theatre, designed like the classics! Came specifically to see Hamilton, and as soon as you walk in the door you are met with an incredible theatre atmosphere, it immerses you in the experience. Seats are comfortable, views were pretty good.
    Written 7 March 2022
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  • 372kime
    Palm Springs5 contributions
    Wish the slide would have been a bit longer. Need to have more of a food selection. Maybe the bar could sell appetizers.
    Written 5 March 2020
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • Dana Los Angeles
    Los Angeles, CA1,043 contributions
    Once the biggest building in Los Angeles, the City Hall building still inspires and still serves the great city of Los Angeles.
    Written 21 March 2022
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  • Jktchorne
    Fort Smith, AR1,031 contributions
    Hollywood should be on ever travelers bucket list of must see and do! Where movie magic comes to life!
    Go see all the places where your favorite movie was filmed!

    Iconic Hollywood sign which does not like up at night. Hollywood boulevard the street never sleeps and walk of stars. TLC Chinese theatre with stars hands/feet. Universal studios park and back lot studios! So much more!

    Only down fall to this area, is it dirty like many citys. Homeless is all over sadly rampant. There is tents set up every corner, roads, or nook. It incredibly sad. Been many places this is one worst. I am sure all harmless but take caution for those who my be unstable.
    Written 2 January 2022
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  • Brandon K
    Flagstaff, AZ1,544 contributions
    We got on this ride pretty early in the day and before lines got very long. It was a short line of about 15 minutes at the time. The immersive experience is certainly true here, even more than some other rides. You get blasted with hot air when a missile explodes near you, etc. It did trigger some of my vertigo but not as bad as some others. The 3D was good and pretty smooth.
    Written 31 December 2021
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  • KyleGies
    1 contribution
    After spending nearly 8 hours traveling to LA, the last thing I expected my partner and I to enjoy was a 3+ hours hike up a mountain, but it turned out to be the perfect break between the crush and rush of airport travel and the conference that brought us to LA. It's a credit to the majesty of Griffith Park that the hours felt like they went by *too* fast and we finished the hike wishing we had more time to explore the trails. Griffith Park's beauty -- the vistas, birdwatching opportunities, and desert flora -- was a wonderful way to begin our time in LA.
    Making the experience even better was our guide, George, whose positivity kept our group's energy and spirits up. Radiating good vibes and cheer while espousing his love for LA and its history, George made an already memorable experience even better. Our entire party was out-of-towners, and between trivia about the park and LA, he also provided suggestions for eateries, bars, and entertainment near our conference.
    10/10 - Go hike up a mountain with George! You won't regret it.
    Written 15 May 2022
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